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1 PILLAR I: Leadership Development Programs PILLAR II: Community Investment Initiatives PILLAR III: Graduate Efforts PILLAR IV: Celebrating Regional Leadership Celebrating 30 Years

2 What makes a leader? Someone who has an openness to the future, an understanding that circumstances constantly change and a willingness to embrace new and expanded opportunities. Rick Gentry (09)* Phil (83) and Catherine (84) Blair Malin Burnham, Program Advisory Council Member Neil Morgan, Visionary Award category named in his honor Linda Katz (90) and Marilyn Sawyer (84) William Rick, Former Board Chair Signs of the Times: LEAD San Diego Logo Evolution *Numbers in parenthesis indicate the year that person participated in a LEAD program.

3 Contents Letter from Chair & Chair-Elect of the Board 2 An Introduction, LEAD San Diego Today: 3 Four Pillars of Excellence, Mission & Vision LEAD San Diego Founders & Board Chairs Celebrating 30 Years Pillar I: Leadership Development Programs IMPACT San Diego EMBARK San Diego INFLUENCE San Diego 6 Pillar II: Community Investment Leadership Action Team Initiative Partners 8 Pillar III: Graduate & Community Efforts Alumni Association Leadership Trust 10 Pillar IV: Celebrating Regional Leadership Past Visionary Award Honorees Celebrating LEAD Graduates EMBARK San Diego page 7 Program Advisory Council 18 In Memoriam: Remembering Leaders 20 LEAD History page 17 lead san diego 1

4 Dear friends, Celebrating 30 Years This year, our community comes together to celebrate LEAD San Diego s 30 years of excellence. Thanks to you and many of your fellow citizens, LEAD is poised to build upon its successes as we strive to develop the next generation of responsive leaders and enhance the quality of life throughout our region. We have proudly served LEAD San Diego as chair and chair-elect in 2011, this milestone year. But our jobs have been made so much easier by the hard work of those who came before us, and by the dedicated staff that serves the organization today. First, we want to recognize LEAD s founders for their foresight and inspiration. Many speak of vision, but few actually act upon good ideas, take the necessary risks and implement the articulated vision. Fortunately for all of us, LEAD s founders didn t just talk about building tomorrow s leaders, they took action. Second, we want to acknowledge the incredible dedication of the men and women who have followed in our founders footsteps; the board members, advisors, partner agencies, sponsors and other civicminded individuals who have grasped LEAD s mission and given of their time, talent and treasure to ensure its continuing success. Without their day-to-day commitment, there would be little to celebrate. LEAD San Diego has a bright future. We envision moving into the next decade with a strong and diverse board, a highly motivated staff, and a growing alumni base that continues to populate our most important civic institutions. So, we speak for many when we say, Congratulations, LEAD, on your 30th anniversary! Sincerely, Ben Haddad, Chair 2011 LEAD San Diego Board of Directors Marilyn Sawyer (84), Chair-Elect 2011 LEAD San Diego Board of Directors 2 Celebrating 30 years

5 An introduction LEAD is celebrating 30 years of excellence a milestone we are proud to share. We embrace our rich history but, more than ever, we are looking forward to the possibilities that lie ahead while forecasting what s in store for our region. As we progress into our next decade, we will continue to serve as a conduit for leadership, convening civic- and community-minded individuals. We will challenge ourselves to create improved and expanded thought-provoking leadership programs. We will strive to engage our alumni on a deeper level while diversifying our base of constituents to bring new perspectives and personalities into the fold. We will take the time to reflect and consider the greater questions facing our region. We will ask ourselves: What will San Diego look and feel like in 30 years? Does that picture align with our ideal vision? What are the unique challenges that face our dynamic bi-national region? How can we serve as a catalyst to harness the exceptional synergies in our communities to create a more powerful region? Who will have the solemn and great responsibility of leading our region? Our future leaders will have to be informed, forward-thinking and inspirational. Look around; they are LEAD graduates, stakeholders and future participants. LEAD graduates and stakeholders have long played a significant role in the community. As you read on, you will learn about LEAD s founders, our four pillars of excellence, outstanding graduates, our esteemed Visionary Awards honorees and more. Thank you for joining us in celebrating 30 years of excellence. Here s looking forward to the next 30 years! Four Pillars of Excellence LEAD San Diego is focused and built upon four key pillars of excellence. Leadership development programs Meaningful community investment initiatives Graduate and community efforts Recognizing and celebrating regional leadership at the annual Visionary Awards Mission To provide balanced, issue-oriented programming that informs and inspires leadership and civic engagement on regional issues affecting the San Diego and Northern Baja region. Vision To advance the quality of life of the San Diego region through a growing network of capable, and engaged civic leaders. lead san diego 3

6 Lead San Diego Founders & Board Chairs Thirty years ago, a number of visionary San Diegans who served in leadership roles for key nonprofit organizations brainstormed, strategized and ultimately developed the beginnings of LEAD San Diego. LEAD was born out of the former Community Leadership Development (CLD) organization. Recognizing the critical need for a sustainable leadership program, these visionary San Diegans worked collaboratively for months. Documents were signed and LEAD San Diego was incorporated on October 7, LEAD s founding organizations include: COMBO (Combined Arts and Education Council of San Diego County) Junior League of San Diego LEAD Associates (CLD alumni) San Diego Community Foundation (now The San Diego Foundation) and United Way of San Diego County. Initially, LEAD, which at the time stood for Leadership, Education, Awareness and Development, was a volunteer-driven organization, comprised of program graduates. LEAD s Board of Directors played an integral role in launching the organization. LEAD and the San Diego community owe our inaugural Board of Directors a debt of gratitude for having the foresight to create a conduit of leadership for our region. We are thankful for their vision, investment of time, talent and treasure to make this organization what it is today! Inaugural Board of Directors Robert Arnhym Jerry Baker Sharon Beamer Howard Carey* Libby Carson Clare Crane Sophia Gorham Sharon Glassman Michael Ibs Gonsalez* Nancy Graves Gilbert Johnson Philip M. Klauber Oscar E. Knight Michael Lewis Ethel Lichtman* Jerry K. Lynes Pat Lunn Betsy McClendon (77) Jeanne McNitt Helen Monroe Ray J. Ortiz Kay Porter Rev. George W. Smith Rodgers T. Smith Ruth Q. Stewart Deborah Szekely Mary L. Walshok Renee Walter * Deceased 4 Celebrating 30 years

7 LEAD s Board Chairs LEAD San Diego has been fortunate to have been guided by tremendous leaders who have stewarded the organization well since our inception. Below are LEAD s board chairs throughout the years Phil Klauber James Mulvaney William Kolender William Rick Phil Blair (83) Ronald H. Kendrick Yvonne Larsen John Raymond Judith McDonald L. Clark Siebrand Linda Katz (90) Steve Espino (90) Marilyn Sawyer (84) Cynthia Olmstead (91) Molly Cartmill (99) Harry Carter (86) Anita Gomes (99) Steve Williams Kristy Gregg (96) Mark Leslie Ben Haddad Marilyn Sawyer (84) Charles H. Dick, Jr. lead san diego 5

8 Leadership Development Programs pillar I Creating relevant, meaningful and inspiring leadership development programs has always been the heart of LEAD San Diego. For the majority of our existence, we offered one leadership development program called the Core Curriculum, now IMPACT San Diego, that served as our anchor. After intensive surveying and collaboration, we discovered the need in the community to provide more leadership programming to create a sustainable conduit of leaders. Subsequently, we developed INFLUENCE San Diego and EMBARK San Diego. As a result, no matter where you are in your path to leadership, LEAD offers a program to suit your needs, meeting you at your personal leadership development level. IMPACT San Diego IMPACT San Diego is LEAD s signature issuesoriented leadership development program, formerly known as the Core Curriculum. The program that so many program participants know and love is now a 10-month commitment that includes significant community investment work through the Leadership Action Team Initiative. Meaningful optional seminars have been included to provide even more experiential learning opportunities. The purpose of IMPACT is to transform a highly motivated group of individuals into a network of leaders with knowledge and commitment that benefits the entire region. Often described as a Master s Degree on San Diego, IMPACT provides a robust overview of the major issues facing San Diego. Each seminar highlights perspectives from local leaders and experts on the day s topic ranging from arts and culture to health and human services, the military, K-12 education, law and society and more. In 2008, the Core Curriculum program was re-branded as IMPACT, recognizing the tremendous and tangible impact that participants have on the region through the community investment component. Community investment work is an important focus of the IMPACT program. The class divides into teams and works with local nonprofit organizations, known as partner agencies, to develop business and marketing plans and tackle other major issues. These projects provide an opportunity for class participants to enhance their leadership, team-building, relationship-building and collaborative skills. The projects also allow the class to make a meaningful contribution to the region. Read more about our community investment initiatives on page 8. 6 Celebrating 30 years

9 EMBARK San Diego EMBARK San Diego, launched in 2010, is designed for professionals who are new to community involvement and who would benefit from intensive leadership skill development. Participants receive a top-level overview of San Diego s key issues, engage in a personal leadership diagnostic and dynamic team-building activities in addition to interactive exercises to better understand and manage multigenerational groups. Further, participants learn the art of building a professional network and self-marketing. Each session features leading experts and key community leaders who are active in the issue at hand. This program spans five days and is limited to 30 participants. Participants receive certificates of completion when the program concludes. Overall, EMBARK provides participants the ability to operate more effectively in a group, build collaboration at the highest level and, ultimately, launch into leadership development and begin making meaningful contributions to their community. INFLUENCE San Diego Established in 2009, INFLUENCE San Diego is for C-level and senior executives who are new to the region and/or to their leadership position. This program quickly informs executives on regional issues, allowing them to engage key leaders across multiple sectors while developing their own network of influence. Participants visit experiential venues while learning about hard-hitting issues such as the regional economy, the military, tourism, growth and environment, the political landscape, arts and culture, K-12 education and more. Graduates of the program gain a comprehensive understanding of the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the region that they can immediately draw upon as they lead their respective organizations. This accelerated program is limited to 30 participants, takes place over three days in the spring and instills a sense of social and corporate responsibility to our community. After completion, graduates are invited to join the Leadership Trust, our highest level of membership. Read more about the Trust on page 11. lead san diego 7

10 Community Investment Initiatives pillar II LEAD affects positive change in the region in two meaningful ways: through our Leadership Action Team (LAT) Initiative and through our Alumni Association service opportunities. In 2003, with the leadership and guidance of the then board of directors, LEAD introduced the LAT Initiative that has significantly enhanced the IMPACT program and the fabric of San Diego. The board recognized the unique opportunity to harness the talents of the class participants, honing their leadership skills while adding measurable value to the local nonprofit community. IMPACT class members work in teams with local nonprofit organizations. These nonprofits benefit from the help and expertise of LEAD class members as they assist with projects such as creating marketing, business or strategic plans. By leveraging the talents, energies and resources of our class members, LEAD can make substantial, positive contributions and impact San Diego s communities in a meaningful way. Oftentimes, LEAD participants will continue to be involved with their LAT nonprofit in a volunteer or board member capacity long after the project has concluded. Since the LAT Initiative s inception, IMPACT class members have worked with nearly 50 local nonprofit organizations in four thematic areas of interest: health and human services, high-quality education, community economic development and livable communities. Time spent working on these projects equates to a substantial investment of time, talent and treasure. LEAD s second approach to community investment is through our Alumni Association opportunities. The Alumni Association provides continuing educational, networking and service opportunities exclusively for our valued members. Service projects range from youth mentoring, unique job shadow programs and traditional habitat restoration projects. Read more about our alumni engagement on page Celebrating 30 years

11 Leadership Action Team Partners 2003 Bronze Triangle Community Development Corporation Dress for Success Goodwill Industries of San Diego County Project Wildlife San Diego Archeological Center 2006 Alzheimer s Association Chicano Federation Junior Achievement La Maestra Community Health Centers Pro Kids San Diego Youth & Community Services 2009 City Heights Farmers Market KIPP Adelante Preparatory Academy Mind Treasures Stepping Stone Urban Corps of San Diego County YMCA Youth & Family Services San Diego ArtsBusXpress Casa Familiar Centro Cultural de la Raza North County Lifeline 2007 The Access Center of San Diego Community HousingWorks Golden Care Academy San Diego Habitat for Humanity Somali Family Service transcendance Youth Arts Program 2010 Angel Faces Bayside Community Center BIOCOM Institute ITN San Diego Kids Korps USA San Diego Crew Classic 2005 Barrio Logan College Institute City Heights Educational Collaborative ElderHelp of San Diego National City Public Library Sierra Club 2008 A Reason to Survive (ARTS) excel Youth Zone (XYZ) Human Development Foundation Join Hands Save a Life San Diego Futures Foundation Pro Peninsula 2011 Community Catalysts of California Fresh Start Surgical Gifts Home Start Mana de San Diego Olivewood Gardens & Learning Center Traveler s Aid Society of San Diego lead san diego 9

12 Graduate and Community Efforts pillar III Alumni Association LEAD works diligently to develop the region s leaders through our unique programs. After a program s completion, participants are primed and ready to make a true impact on the community through their enhanced knowledge of regional issues, expanded professional network and hands-on experience working in the community. The Alumni Council, comprised of program graduates, creates continuing educational, networking and service events through the Alumni Association exclusively for our members. Programs created by the Council provide opportunities for graduates to put their leadership skills in action. Continued educational programs are implemented through Hot Topics, a series of salient and relevant topics to engage alumni. Behind the Headlines is another example of a continuing education program designed for our program graduates. Leadertrends is yet another way to engage graduates and the greater public in a larger forum to hear local and national leaders discuss and debate issues that sustain San Diego as a region. LEAD Night Out is the Alumni Association s networking component. Last, community engagement opportunities take shape in a variety of ways through youth mentoring, special job shadow partnerships and traditional habitat restoration projects. In 2009, the Alumni Council was formalized with a governing document to provide more structure and to strengthen the group. Now, the Alumni Association is flourishing with a full slate of programming to make an impact, bolster networks of influence and create positivity for the region. Below is the inaugural 2008 Alumni Council roster: Victoria Garrison, Class of 1999 Council Chair, Board of Directors Bob Alden, Class of 2006 Briony Ball, Class of 2008 Chair, Networking & Education Committee Trevor Blair, Class of 2007 Scott Brown, Class of 2007 Chair, Community Engagement Committee Heather Haltaufderheide Nelson Class of 2008 Chair, Membership & Nomination Committee Barbara Lamb, Class of 2008 Joani Nelson, Class of 2008 Secretary Pamela Sanford, Class of 2002 Karen Trimble, Class of 2008 Council Vice Chair Erica Fessia, Class of Celebrating 30 years

13 Leadership Trust LEAD coordinates an exciting series of eye-opening, informative and truly fun behind-the-scenes experiences annually for the Leadership Trust, our highest level of membership. INFLUENCE graduates, civic and community leaders and LEAD s board members are invited to join the Trust on an annual basis. Trust members have the luxury of having special access to places, projects and people that make San Diego a coveted region in which to live, work and play. Past experiences include visiting General Atomics, the San Diego Symphony for a private rehearsal, touring Calit2 and traveling to Tijuana to meet bi-national civic and community leaders. The Trust was initially established in 2002 to serve as a brain trust, based on the principle that vital civic organizations, much like businesses, rely on venture capital and an orientation toward ideas and innovation to launch new initiatives and stimulate progress. Later, LEAD created the Program Advisory Council (PAC) to provide a more comprehensive source of checks and balances for program curricula. Read more about the PAC on page 18. Since then, the Trust has morphed into the group it is today, providing experiential educational opportunities for San Diego s leaders. LEAD is very thankful to Stath Karras (94) and Molly Cartmill (99) for serving as responsive, intuitive and introspective co-chairs for the Trust for many years. We are also grateful to Pamela Clifford (10) and Stath as they serve as co-chairs for the Trust moving into the future. lead san diego 11

14 Celebrating Regional Leadership pillar IV Our region is a powerhouse because it is home to extraordinary leaders who lend their time, talent and treasure to enhance the quality of life for our community. In 1988, LEAD introduced the Graduate of the Year award and presented it to Phil Blair (83) at our annual event. In 1993, LEAD then incorporated the Morgan Award for Lifetime Achievement which was presented to its namesake, Neil Morgan. In 2003, LEAD created the premier leadership recognition event in Southern California by hosting the first annual Visionary Awards that honors leaders in seven distinct categories. That same year, the Regional Stewardship award was renamed in honor of Ronald Kendrick and was first given to Larry Fitch (01f). The next year, the Charles Nathanson Memorial Award for Cross-Border Region Building was announced and given to Governor Eugenio Elorduy Walther. In 2007, LEAD announced the Herbert G. Klein award as a special Visionary Awards category that recognizes a visionary leader from the current IMPACT class. In 2010, we announced the Community Spotlight Award honoring everyday heroes. Below are LEAD s Visionary Award honorees Visionary Awards Honorees 12 Celebrating 30 years The Morgan Award for Lifetime Achievement Awarded to an individual who has provided a lifetime of visionary community leadership in our region, named in recognition for retired newspaper columnist and editor, Neil Morgan Yvonne Larsen 2010 James Mulvaney 2009 Darlene Shiley 2008 Tom Fat (In Memoriam) 2007 Ronald Kendrick (84) 2006 Murray L. Galinson 2005 Bruce Moore 2004 Tom Carter (78) 2003 Augustine P. Gallegos 2002 Judy McDonald 2001 Rev. George Walker Smith 2000 Deborah Szekely 1999 Bill Kolender 1998 Alan Bersin & Luis Herrera Lasso 1997 Malin Burnham 1996 Herbert G. Klein 1995 William McGill 1994 Phil Klauber 1993 Neil Morgan The LEAD Graduate of the Year Awarded to a LEAD graduate who exhibits excellence in community leadership Jan Tuttleman (01f) 2010 Nicole Nikki Clay (84) 2009 Doug Sawyer (85) 2008 Cheryl Kendrick (84) 2007 Molly Cartmill (99) 2006 Scott Peters (95) 2005 Gordon Boerner (93) 2004 Edwin A. Guiles (87) 2003 Linda Katz (90) 2002 Joe Horiye (96) 2001 Mayor Dick Murphy (80) 2000 Vivian Reznik, M.D. (95) 1999 Craig Irving (90) 1998 Charles Dulaney (94) 1997 Harold Cox, Sr. (89) 1996 Sandra I. Arkin (88) 1995 Veronica Welch, Ph.D. (91), Janine Mason Barone (92), Cheri Fidler-Dobransky (94), Sammy Moon (92), Lynn Silva (92) 1994 Maria Arroya-Tabin (92) 1993 Susan Golding (78) 1992 Ron Kendrick (84) 1991 Carol Cox (85) 1990 Ann MacCullough (86) 1989 Jerry Groomes (84) 1988 Phil Blair (83)

15 Ronald Kendrick Memorial Award for Regional Stewardship Recognizing visionary leadership as demonstrated through coalescing diverse communities, focusing on collaborative approaches to shared resources, synergies and problem-solving skills for positive regional outcomes Gary Gallegos 2010 Maureen Stapleton (88) 2009 Eugene Mitch Mitchell 2008 Chris Van Gorder 2007 Richard Ledford 2006 Blair L. Sadler 2005 Michael Beck 2004 Mel Katz 2003 Lawrence G. Fitch (01f) Economic Opportunity Recognizing visionary leadership in creating economic opportunities that improve the quality of life in our region, and that might not otherwise exist absent their efforts Greg Lucier 2010 Duane J. Roth 2009 Neal Blue & Linden Blue 2008 The Hybritech Team 2007 Mark & Tori Baird 2006 Irwin Jacobs & Members of the CDMA Team 2005 Fahari Jeffers 2004 Constance Carroll 2003 Gale Walker Charles Nathanson Memorial Award for Cross- Border Region Building Recognizing visionary leadership by addressing and demonstrating joint solutions to cross-border issues and further uniting San Diego and Baja California for a common future José Galicot Behar and Alejandro Bustamante 2010 Gastón Luken 2009 Mercy Outreach Surgical Team 2008 Dr. Jeffrey Davidow 2007 Hector Lutteroth Camou 2006 Richard Kiy 2005 Mark Salo 2004 Governor Eugenio Elorduy Walther Herbert G. Klein Visionary Award Recognizing visionary leadership within the current LEAD IMPACT San Diego class Dr. Chris Searles (10) 2009 Bob Benson (09) 2008 Hal Dunning (08) 2007 Dalouge Smith (07) Community Spotlight Award Recognizing leadership that improves lives through extraordinary dedication Louarn Sorkin Community Collaboration Award* Recognizing visionary leadership on a complex regional issue, balancing individual community interests with the needs of our greater region Robert A. McNeely & Delores McNeely 2008 Leon Williams 2007 Jerri-Ann & Gary Jacobs 2006 The Jo & Vi Jacobs Family 2005 Millicent Penny Abell 2004 Casey Gwinn 2003 Harold Gil Johnson Diversity Award* Recognizing visionary leadership in the area of diversity, demonstrating a continuous commitment to leverage diverse interests, talents, knowledge and perspectives toward a common goal Dr. Ellen Beck, M.D Ernest Wright 2006 Margaret Iwanaga Penrose 2005 Delores Jacobs, Ph.D Jerry C. Lee 2003 Harold Brown & Robert Payne Quality of Life Award* Recognizing visionary leadership that improves the quality of life in our region The Nice Guys 2007 Ernest Rady 2006 Dorothy Leonard 2005 Azim Khamisa 2004 Ken Druck 2003 Laurie Black (86) * Denotes a previous award category. lead san diego 13

16 Celebrating Lead Graduates LEAD San Diego is proud to have more than 2,100 graduates making a difference in our community. In fact, we have a number of outstanding graduates who have significantly enhanced our region. Below are just a few of those individuals who have enriched our community. We asked each of them to share the unique qualities that a leader should ideally embody. Read their thoughts below. What Makes a Leader? 1980s Phil Blair (83) Tenacity. Foresight. Decisiveness. Nikki Clay (84) Set vision, motivate and celebrate accomplishments. Doug Sawyer (85) Listen. Just because you lead doesn t mean you shouldn t follow sometimes. I surround myself with some of the smartest, most innovative and forward-thinking colleagues in the San Diego workforce. Marilyn Sawyer (84) Provide responsibility for the effectiveness of organizations. Provide a guiding purpose. Provide integrity. Maureen Stapleton (88) Vision, integrity and passion. Cheryl Kendrick (84) Preparation. Leaders need to be prepared for meetings, understand the issues and nuances and be able to communicate them to others. Robert Ito (85) Inspiring, honest and forward-looking. James Madaffer (89) Someone who is honest and sincere; walking the talk and meaning what they say. 14 Celebrating 30 years

17 What Makes a Leader? 1990s Victoria Garrison (99) A good leader is strategic, self-assured and, above all, compassionate. Gordon Boerner (93) A team-builder and teammate. Kristy Gregg (96) Someone who appreciates and incorporates diverse perspectives and has a genuine concern for the community they are serving. Linda Katz (90) Someone who has a willingness and ability to take charge and make change when needed. Molly Cartmill (99) Integrity. Leaders must know themselves well, and decide up-front and with purpose, how they will act and what they will do, when faced with potentially compromising situations as a leader. Craig Irving (90) Leadership qualities: Ethical, dedication and perseverance. Cynthia Olmstead (91) Visionary: has the ability to excite individuals to believe in the vision. Scott Peters (95) Leaders inspire by working for the mission of the organization, not for themselves. lead san diego 15

18 What Makes a Leader? 2000s Jonathan Bailey (01f & 11) Insatiable curiosity, humility and the desire to help others become heroes, and the ability to articulate a vision, regardless of barriers, constraints or surprises. Laura Mustari (04) An enduring passion for the mission. A tenacious spirit. Leading by example. Mona Sonnenshein (09) To be flexible, resourceful and have impeccable integrity. Kevin Crawford (09) The ability to inspire personal growth and commitment in others. Jo Dee Jacob (03) Courage, confidence and character. Jan Tuttleman (01f) A good leader keeps the big picture in mind, is trustworthy and has the ability to garner respect. Bill McClelland (09) Able to manage perception. Humility. Influential. Dalouge Smith (07) A leader asks the right questions, listens carefully, and draws the best answers out of the people that will work to achieve them. Chris Yanov (06) First, define the goal; then, keep working until you figure out the how. 16 Celebrating 30 years

19 What makes a leader? Being a mentor, a good listener, and inclusive of many and divergent points of view. Susan Golding (78) Larry Fitch (01f) Jon Bailey (01f & 11) Sheriff Bill Kolender, LEAD Founder Representative Bob Filner (83) Cindy Olmstead (91) Mary Walshok, LEAD Founder 17 lead san diego

20 Program Advisory Council LEAD is fortunate to have a group of generous and dedicated San Diego leaders serve on our Program Advisory Council (PAC). The PAC is the driving force behind LEAD s program design and consists of many of San Diego s most influential leaders who provide input and guidance around critical regional issues. They also make themselves available throughout the year to further strengthen LEAD s positive impact in our region. Formed in 2009, the PAC has provided immeasurable assistance in ensuring that LEAD s program curricula are relevant, in-depth and value-added. As regional issues constantly shift, PAC members are attentive to ensure LEAD s programming and events reflect the ever-changing regional landscape. Below are the PAC members. Please note, their titles and affiliations reflect the time in which they served on the council. Ruben Barrales President & CEo San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Michael Beck San Diego Director Endangered Habitats League Malin Burnham President, The Burnham Foundation Gordon Carrier President & Design Principal Carrier Johnson Architecture James Clark Director General Mexico Business Center Mayor Cheryl Cox City of Chula Vista Supervisor Greg Cox County of San Diego Cameron Durckel* Formerly: San Diego Director Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Currently: Public Affairs Manager San Diego Gas & Electric Pete Ellsworth Legler Benbough Foundation Gary Gallegos Executive Director SANDAG Cindy Gompper-Graves CEO South County Regional Economic Development Corporation Lorena Gonzalez CEO SD/Imperial Counties Labor Council Sheriff Bill Gore San Diego Sheriff s Department Pete Hedley President Galaxie Defense Marketing Services Rear Admiral Leendert (Len) R. Hering* Commander, Navy Region Southwest Lori Holt Pfeiler* Formerly: Mayor of Escondido Current: Business Development Specialist, Synergy Executive Education 18 Celebrating 30 years

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